03-May-2021 • Corporate

ME has signed the #IStandForRespect pledge to help eliminate sexual harassment in the workplace.

Coordinated by the Diversity Council of Australia (DCA), the zero-tolerance for sexual harassment pledge has been signed by more than 100 chief executives of major companies and organisations.

The movement comes after the federal government accepted the recommendations made in Sex Discrimination Commissioner Kate Jenkins’ landmark Respect@Work report.

As a new member of DCA, ME has committed to:

  • Stand against gendered harassment and violence in all its forms; and
  • Commit to taking steps to address sexual and sex-based harassment, to make the workplace safer for everyone.

Details of the pledge can be found here, along with the full list of signatories.


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